Translation: Kentucky Klown Kar<quoted text>
Of course I did.
Natural born citizen was never used specifically in regards to Wong Kim Ark's own status as a citizen.
The decision did not confirm that Ark was a Natural born citizen, only a citizen.
The Constitution of the United States, as originally adopted, uses the words "citizen of the United States," and "natural-born citizen of the United States." By the original Constitution, every representative in Congress is required to have been "seven years a citizen of the United States," and every Senator to have been "nine years a citizen of the United States." and "no person except a natural-born citizen, or a citizen of the United States at the time of the adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the office of President." The Fourteenth Article of Amendment, besides declaring that
all persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside,
So when you going to prove me wrong, Flaming Faggot?
"Correction: I didn't read the court's opinion in Ark, and I instead relied upon a birfoon blog. That is why I am a woefully ignorant birfoon. Shame on me."
Sorry, Kentucky Klown Kar, but the court answered the exact question that the petitioner asked of it. The court doesn't work by made up birfoon rules. The court said explicitly that those born in a courty are the natural born citizens of a counrty.
This is the exact reason why there are birfoons in the first place. They cannot string together a cogent narrative from a passage of even minimal length. How awful it must be have such cognitive disabliities that prevent the birfoon from remembering what she read in a previous paragraph.
Please learn to read.